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September 11, 2007

How to read 100 books in 100 days

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If you're a judge of the prestigeous Booker Prize for literature you face a daunting task...reading more than 100 challanging complex novels in just a few months. That works out to about a novel a day. How in the world can they do it?

The BBC put that question to speed reading expert Tony Buzan. This article on the Beeb's website lays out some tips for more efficient reading.

(CC-licensed photo by anna_t)

Tags: reading

Posted by Chris Spurgeon at September 11, 2007 07:51 PM

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